Archives For Life in General

Size, scale, and proportion are where a good architect makes their living. Without proper scale and proportion, designs would suffer. I spent a look of time considering the scale of the components used when designing this year’s charity playhouse.

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People go to college to learn how to learn so in those moments of self-doubt, just show up, work hard, and relax. Everything is going to be okay.

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In the last 3.5 years, I have written over 500 posts here on “Life of an Architect.” I thought it would be interesting to spotlight the articles that were pivotal and important to me in one way or another … these are, in many ways, Life of an Architect’s “Greatest Hits”

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An architect and his wife – one ruined by the other (probably not the one you would suppose). What happens when you marry a residential architect?

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Whenever I review a design solution that isn’t very graceful – or doesn’t work at all

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For years now I’ve had a private office … but not anymore. I’ve been thrown into the open office space with the general population. How am I going to survive?

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Typically, the first day on the job is exciting – at least it has always been for me. Nobody should feel nervous about their first day on the job – first days are one of the greatest days a person can have.

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